BALTIMORE — It's a holiday tradition in Baltimore! For the 64th year, Engine 45 put together a train garden display for everyone to enjoy.
"Every year we start it around September 1, and the firefighters when we have some down time between taking calls and events, we work on the train garden," said Captain Jason Turner of Baltimore City Fire. "As it gets closer to the day, we spend upwards of 15 hours a day working on the actual train garden."
Friday was the official kick off of the display, which you can visit for free at Engine 45 on Glen Avenue.
New scenes this year include Toy Story, the Lion King, the Jungle Book and the Addams Family.
You can see the train garden until January 5.